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Help for SinusitisHi
I have been suffering with Chronic Sinusitis. My symptoms are blocked nostrils and recurrent cold.
As suggested by a professional homeopath I used to take Kali Bich 200 twice a week for a month, followed by Kali Bich 1M twice a week for four months.
Some improvement was there but it was not completely cured.
So now, the doctor suggested to take Ammonium Carb 200 and Kali Iod 200 each twice a week.
But when I take Kali Iod 200 I am getting violent cough. I feel like it could be the aggregation.
Please let me know whether coughing is due to aggregation of Kali Iod or not.
Thanks in advance.
navadeepak on 2017-09-11
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Cough is indicated under respiratory for Ammon carb.
When one has intensified symptoms of a previous problem it is aggravation. When one has "new" symptoms of something they never had it is called "proving " the remedy.
Usually if remedies are correct, you take a dose and wait for a couple weeks in order to see the path the remedy is taking. Please google "herings law of cure"
Your problem can be caused by many things-
Such as allergies to trees, grass, foods, living in a damp environment- (mold allergy) working with A/C too high and your immune system
Has to be built up , if any of the above are going on.
It would be a good idea to stop remedies for 2 weeks and keep note of
Changes - too many doses too often and too high of potency does not
Give your body the chance to respond to the remedy.
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simone717 on 2017-09-13
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